Skip To Content
  • Viral badge

Jimmy Kimmel's Response To A Sexist Comment About Dua Lipa Needs To Be Plastered On A Billboard

Hello, 9-1-1? I'd like to report a burn.

ICYMI: Jimmy Kimmel has been on summer break from his talk show, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, and the comedian has graciously allowed other guest hosts to fill in for him while he's away.

Presley Ann / Getty Images

So far, Sean Hayes, George Lopez, and Joel McHale have stepped in, among others.

Recently, singer Dua Lipa guest hosted the show and delivered a monologue set that Jimmy thought was *chef's kiss*.

But a sexist troll just had to offer their unsolicited opinion on her performance, because of course.

A commentator writing "Women still aren't funny"
Jimmy Kimmel / Via

However, it was Jimmy's response that made me literally gasp.

Jimmy Kimmel / Via

"Maybe if one talks to you someday you'll change your mind."

Columbia Pictures

Hello, 9-1-1? I'd like to report a burn.

It's the perfect execution of his clapback for me.

Terrell Grice / Via

It's also the way he used his platform to shut down sexism and misogyny for me. I love to see it.

Randy Holmes / Walt Disney Television via Getty

Comedians like Lucille Ball, Moms Mabley, Tina Fey, Wanda Sykes, Ali Wong, Mindy Kaling, and sooo many others have proved — and continue to prove — that women are funny, and nothing a sexist troll says can change that fact.

Rick Kern / WireImage, Gary Miller / FilmMagic

Let Jimmy's clapback be a lesson to all men who think women can't be funny: It says more about you than it says about women.

Rosanna Pansino / Via

And that's the that on that.

Who's your favorite female comedian? Tell me in the comments!

BuzzFeed Daily

Keep up with the latest daily buzz with the BuzzFeed Daily newsletter!

Newsletter signup form